'''''Digital Dharma: One Man's Mission to Save a Culture''''' is a 2012 American documentary film directed by Dafna Yachin. The film depicts the 50-year journey by E. Gene Smith
to hunt down and digitize over 20,000 missing volumes of ancient Tibetan text.
''Digital Dharma'' won awards at film festivals while also screening at museums and universities. It later received a theatrical release and was invited to qualify for Academy Award consideration by the International Documentary Association
through the 2012 ''DocuWeeks'' program.
''Digital Dharma'' has been called "a divinely inspired gift."
Its story and Smith's mission have been described as "undeniably fascinating."